All About Jazz

Home » Tag Center » Tag: Mike Zwerin

Content by tag "Mike Zwerin"

ARTICLE: OPINION

On the Banks of the Jabbok With Chet Baker

Read "On the Banks of the Jabbok With Chet Baker" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

When Yale professor Harold Bloom was interviewed by NPR shortly after publication of Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine (Riverhead, 2005), he was quite candid about his relationship with his own Judaism and Yahweh:

Bloom: ... I may, as I say, lack trust in the covenant, but though I keep asking Yahweh to go ...

ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

The Parisian Jazz Chronicles

Read "The Parisian Jazz Chronicles" reviewed by Joel Roberts

The Parisian Jazz Chronicles: An Improvisational Memoir

By Mike Zwerin

Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300108060

240 pages

2005

The Parisian Jazz Chronicles is an irreverent and highly revealing tour through the Parisian and European jazz scenes of the '80-90s in the company of musician/writer/hipster expatriate Mike Zwerin, ...

Sonny Rollins Elected as Member of American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Read "Sonny Rollins Elected as Member of American Academy of Arts & Sciences" reviewed by Jack Bowers

This month's most welcome news has nothing to do with big bands but everything to do with artistry and excellence: saxophonist and jazz icon Sonny Rollins has been elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. The Academy, a center for independent policy research (I don't quite understand what that has to do ...

NEWS: OBITUARY

Jazz Critic Mike Zwerin, Miles Davis Protege, Dies at Age 79

Mike Zwerin, a jazzman who got his first break jamming with Miles Davis a half-century ago, has died aged 79. Zwerin was a trombonist who became the Paris-based jazz critic for the International Herald Tribune and later for Bloomberg News. He died at 3 a.m. local time in a Paris hospital after a long illness, his family ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Joan A. Cararach: el 'maestro' de Barcelona

Read "Joan A. Cararach: el 'maestro' de Barcelona" reviewed by Joao Moreira dos Santos

Fundado por Joan Roselló en 1966, el Festival de Jazz de Barcelona ha ido renovándose y evolucionando con múltiples avatares desde entonces, pero la edición de este año es verdaderamente especial. No sólo desafía la crisis económica, presentando más conciertos que nunca (60 en casi dos meses), sino que además, por primera vez, se clausura en ...